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finds of our century on display here. it is the terra-cotta warriors. we'll give you five critical tips on avoiding thanksgiving cooking disasters. stay with us. fox 5 morning news is just getting started. it is a wet one out there. pretty foggy in some places. it is thursday more than, november 19th. we are glad you're here with us. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> and i'm steve chenevey. hard to even tell where the photo is from it is so foggy out there. >> it will be a messy start to i dand and we'll have periods of rain and drizzle throughout the day -- it will be a messy start to the day. heavier rain near front royal and west of there along 81. we'll continue to follow this
during the course of the morning and today, off and on rain showers and drizzle through the course of the day. satellite-radar for the eastern u.s., there is your frontal system beginning to make its w through here. it is the leading edge of the front, the precipitation. the front will be coming through during the course of the day. as it does, we'll continue to soo periods of rain and cooler temperatures as well. right now, 53 degrees for your current temperature at reagan national airport. humidity, 9 #%. again, fog in some portions of the area. winds out of the northeast. your forecast for today, cloudy skies, periods of rain appear drizzle. highs ranging from the 50s, mid- 50s in frederick, 56 degrees, 59 in d.c. 61 in fredericksburg for your high. more details on the forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> thank you. let's say good morning to julie wright. >> we are checking out your ride coming in from the west. the lane are open if you are
traveling inbound off the dulles toll road and continuing in towards the capital beltway. traveling northbound 395 across the 14th street bridge, light traffic volume here as well for those crossing over the potomac. in montgomery county, an accident occurred on the inner loop of the beltway between connecticut avenue and 355. yours tulle gets stopped right before of the accident scene so they could clean it up and move it out of the way. it was just a little further east of connecticut avenue than this live shot here. there is a bunch insulation that was across the highway and still a little bit of debris there. something to watch out for. inner loop of the beltway, accident activity cleared. a little bit of debris left on the left side of the road. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic.
new this morning, a van went crashing into an apartment building in large on. it happened along harry s. truman drive. we're told several residents were temporarily acted but everybody has now been allowed back inside and police are trying to figure out what caused the driver to slam into the building. our big story, a did i of hunting goes horribly wrong and one student is dead. >> a deer hunter accidentally shot two students as they were collecting frogs in the woods. sarah simmons joins us live with more details. >> reporter: jessica gude was just week away from finishing her take. she had plans to be an environmental lift. the shooting also left another student badly injured. several students were collecting frogs for biology class tuesday afternoon. investigators say a hunter claims he mistook them for deer
and opened fire. one round hit jessica gude in the chest and killed her. the bullet then hit her classmate, the shot badly damaging his right hand. police having arrested 31-year- old jason cloutier. friends and family folk spoke to reporters about what appears to be a tragic accident. >> just last thursday, i heard her talking about big plans to go to california to do research. >> i am so anxious to meet with them. i would like to tell them how sorry i am. >> students on campus held a memorial yesterday morning. the funeral for jessica gude is
saturday in winchester. police have arrested a suspect acaused a man found dead on a montgomery county street. police have charged 19-year-old moi seventy s rodriguez with murder. right now, he is being held without bond at the montgomery county police detention center. is the chairman of the d.c. council receiving special treatment in vincent gray is responding to allegations that he received free services from a company that does business with the washington government. in a report, it says the will item c. smith company did repair work at gray's home but gray didn't pay for the work until the paper questioned about him. gray says he is friends with the owner of the company and hasn't done anything wrong. >> i have put high integrity at the top of my list in how i operate. it is upsetting to have to address an issue like this.
>> the work on grey's home was completed in august. he says he didn't get the bill until october. gray says he paid the bill within a week of receiving t. opponents of same-sex marriage are taking their fight to d.c. superior court. they filed a lawsuit not to put that issue on the ballot. the group wants vote ares to decide if same-sex marriage should be legal in the district. a rampage at fort hood will take center stage on capitol hill as lawmakers try to get some answers as it what went wrong and if it could have been prevented. major nidal hasan is charged in the massacre two week ago that killed 1 people and injured dozens more. senators joe lieberman and susan collins are leading the hearings. president obama is on his way back to the u.s. after wrapping up his tour of asia. while in south korea, mr. obama
met with the president there. the leaders discussed new punishment against iran for continuing its nuclear weapons projects. the leaders also talked about new steps for getting north korea to give up its nuclear weapons. some of another stories making headline this morning. the latest on the mammogram debate. coming up next, the health and human services secretary is trying to clear up some confusion. a deadly tour bus crash as a group returns from a casino. we'll have the latest next on fox 5 morning news. ♪ why choose between delicious or 100 calories? with the new yoplait delights... ...now you can finally have both.
afghan president hamid karzai vowed to combat corruption as he is sworn in for a second term. the inauguration was kept under wraps with tight security. secretary of state hillary clinton was there. karzai says his country should take the leading role. a bus rolled off an interstate and fell into a ditch yesterday near austin, minnesota. the bus was returning from a asino in iowa. we have an update on the
recent breast cancer report stirring up controversy. earlier this week, a government task force recommended mammograms for women beginning at age 50. now, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius says women should continue screenings beginning at age 40. she says she issued the statement to clear up any confusion. she says my message to women is simple. mammograms have always been an important life saving tool and they still are today. keep ing what you've been doing for years. talk to your doctor and do was right for you. an early showdown on health care reform is expected by the end of the week. the latest bill would cover 31 million uninsured americans. it would set up exchanges that would help people get and keep insurance if they have trouble doing so. subsidies would help people with low income. most people would be required to have insurance. includes a public option but allows states to decide whether to make that option available to their residents. the bill would cost a total of $849 billion over 10 years. getting to school could be
more of a challenge for some local students today. >> coming up next, the debate over whether some students should walk to school or ride the bus. >> i don't want mine having to walk anywhere especially this time and age, no way. i want him on a bus. also coming up in just a few moments, we'll bring you the latest on today's forecast. take the umbrella with you. you will need it today. julie wright is here to tell us about the road conditions this morning. there is one look. you can guess it's wet and we have fog as well. stay with us.
concert while rolling through the streets of foggy bottom. they stopped to talk to young people at the sasha bruce home. they were hoping to raise awareness for homele young people. i believe they were on their way to perform a show back in your old stomping grounds at au. >> oh, cool. that is great. >> that attracted a little attention rolling down the streets. >> i would think so. >> it is good to see them. >> good thing they were doing it yesterday instead of today with all the rain out there. >> yesterday was the day to do it. >> it was pretty nice until the clouds rolled in. >> we've got the clouds. we have agot the precipitation across the area as well. we have some fog to throw into the mix too for this morning. let's take a look. we'll start with hd radar. we'll show yu where the precipitation is now. it is generally moving from the south to the north generally speaking. you can see the precipitation primarily off to the west. most of the area is seeing cloudy skies. some drizzle here and there as
well. most the precipitation is off to the south and west and moving north-northeast so that is what we're seeing during the course of the morning hours. we'll get more bands coming through during the course of the day. as you are getting the kids ready for school, here is a look at the bus stop forecast. cloudy skies. temperatures generally in the low 50s. we have temperatures out there in the 40s and again the showers and some fog as well. sunrise is at 6:55. current temperatures across the region, we are at 53 here in the district, 52 in leonardtown. 54 in manassas. i mentioned some 40s ear and there but none showing up on the map at this hour. the big picture, we can show you the frontal system that wave been talking about all week long. area of low pressure still well out to the west but it is spinning these bands of rain through. you can see the general movement there. bands of rain coming through the mid-atlantic region. the heaviest rain right now off
the coast of the carolinas. can you see with that spin in the atmosphere, we'll continue to get the rain showers, pertdz of rain showers coming through during the course of the day. so forecast for today looks like this. cloudy skies, showers likely. can't rule out a thunderstorm this afternoon or tonight. that is a possibility. high today only about 59 degrees. also want to mention, there is a coastal flood advisory in effect for the chesapeake bay, the tidal potomac until 10:00 p.m. tonight. tomorrow, gradual clearing. 62-degree for your high. saturday still look fine, mix of clouds and sun. sunday, the clouds move back in and we get the chance of some shower activity at least late in the day. that is a look at what is happening with the weather. now, let's get more on this morning's rush hour track from julie wright. >> you are talking about the wet pavement and the fog and that is what we're dealing with right now. a lot of road spray kicking up in your face. when i left out of gaithersburg about an hour ago, there was a
lot of rain coming down. visibility was at a minimum. by the time i hit the beltway, not so much with the rain. a lot of road spray so plan your trip accordingly. if you are traveling along 66, this is the fog that tony has been talking about. this is a live shot of traffic just west of the beltway at the gallows road overpass. normally, we can pretty much see all the way in towards 495. not the case this morning because of the fog. fog, poor visibility because of the rain. it will make for an interesting ride out on the roads. plan your trip accordingly. leave early and watch out for the little ones walking out towards the bus stop. all lane are open on 66 traveling between manassas and the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. virginia transportation officials are moving hundreds of millions of dollars from secondary and urban road projects to higher priority interstate and primary highways. it is an effort to use twinnedling transportation revenues on high traffic routes particularly bridges. the transportation board has
released a list of 190 proposed reductions through the year 2015. fairfax county is facing its own budget crisis with revenues declining. more kids might have to start walking to scho. john henrehan has the latest on the transportation controversy. >> reporter: jeff mckay and other members of the fairfax county board of supervisors are worried. even though they cut police and fire and libraries and public transportation funding this year fairfax county revenues are still declining and more cuts are likely next year. mckay is looking hard at the cost of school busing. >> the most telling statistic is that it costs us as much money to operate a school bus every year as it does to put a teacher in the classroom. >> they point out even with clean diesel fuel, school buses still pollute. he suggests that school officials expand the boundaries that determine who gets bus serve toys shift some of the riders into walkers.
>> if it means building more sidewalks and trails connecting communities to schools, that is a better use of our county resources than running school buses throughout the neighborhoods. >> reporter: the idea of trimming back school bus service draws a maybe fr some county residents. >> there are some areas, in my community, rose hill, it would work pretty well. i can think maybe out in clifton or in the western part of the counties, it won't work so well. >> reporter: we also met parents of current bus students who don't want their children to become long distance walkers. >> i don't want mine have to be walking anywhere especially this time and age. >> kidnapped, being beat up by other kids. i think that is a wrong call of fairfax county. i think they should be looking and thinking about the children. >> reporter: supervisor mckay has gotten some fwreef for floating this trial balloon. he says he is not married to the idea of trimming school bus service but the vfer points out
the projected budget hole for next year is $500 million he believes something has to be cut. in fairfax county, john henrehan, fox 5 news. >> the board of supervisors in fairfax county is expected to vet on next year's budget sometime in april. time now is 21 minutes after 5:00. there is a y q. from capitol hill to stop doing something we're all guilty of, at least for one day. coming up next. a member of congress has a challenge for all of us, to take next wednesday and stop -- well, i'll tell you what it is all about. i'm bob barnard. that story is coming up.
premise behind the promise. >> reporter: we all do it. we all complain. >> d.c. motorists annoy me. always getting up in your business and running you off the road. >> reporter: sure, there is lots to complain about. >> people who don't return e- mails, phone calls, text messages. >> today, i complained about our training. it was long. it was really long and people just dragging it out. >> reporter: with the economy in shambles, unemployment over 10%, the redskins stinking up the fwrid iron, there is lots to complain about. y we are a nation of habitual complainers and we believe it is a part of our dna is to complain. >> reporter: but now kansas city congressman emmanuel cleaver wants us to stop come planning. >> when you real will you think about it, we don't have much to complain about and even if we do, the blessings outnumber of burdens. >> reporter: the missouri democrat is asking fellow
members of congress to co- sponsor his house resolution dehearing the day before thanksgiving complaint-free wednesday. >> i think that is a great idea. i am a very positive person. >> reporter: sure, it sounds like a fine idea but can we do it? >> i would love to see that happen. >> could you do it? >> yeah, i could do it. >> reporter: could you go a whole day without complaining? >> yeah. i could. >> reporter: you would have to work at it in. >> not really. i just ignore everybody. >> reporter: the reverend jesse jackson had a different take on the proposition. could you go a whole day without complaining next wednesday? >> well, thank god for the right to complain, to express ourselves. there are times when complaining is in order and it is out of complaint, analysis an protest that we become a stronger people. >> you think to some degree it is helpful but to a large degree it is something that demeans and reduces the
greatness of this nation. >> reporter: and so representative cleaver says even if he stands alone, he will not complain about a thing for at least 4 hours next week, the day before giving thanks. in the district, bob barnard, fox 5 news. >> good for him. interesting premise there. you sathe reverend jesse jackson in bob's story. he will be with us a little bit later this morning to talk bay big event coming up tomorrow. he will be here in our 7:00 hour. here is one thing that people might complain about. that is spending too much time and money preparing a thanksgiving feast. >> we'll show you how to whip up a tasty meal for eight people for under $50. that is coming up in about 0 minutes. a day hunting turns tragic ain't man accidentally shoots a college student. you are watching fox 5 morning news. ithe super sale at toys "" us!
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welcome back. hard to see what is going on out there because of what is happening outside with all the moisture out there. a lot of it in the form of og. so a little tough to see in some places. >> but you know what. not going to complain about it. >> i like that idea. should be a daily thing. >> we are fogged in? some places. no fog advisory in effect at this point but we do have patchy dense fog in the area. steve, you are right about the moisture in the air. humidity is up there. we'll deal with that.
we've got some drizzle as well across portions of the viewing area. take a look at the satellite- radar if our region. we've got the cloudy skies as you can see. we've got the clouds and some precipitation moving out to the -- actually, it is out to the west and it is moving to the north coming in from southern portions of the viewing area. so we'll continue to watch this throughout the course of the day today. now, let's take a look at the current conditions being reported at reagan national. 53degrees at reagan national. relative humidity, 93%. your planner for today, cloudy skies, periods of rain and drizzle. morning fog, coastal flood advisory in effect until 10:00 p.m. tonight. high today in the mid- to upper 50s. that is a look at the weather. more coming up in just a little bit. >> thank you. let's check in with julie and look at the roads with the moisture and if that is causing
any problems. >> we've actually got some lingering roadwork out on the inner loop of the beltway in those through lanes as you travel from maryland into virginia near telegraph road. that is why it is so jammed up right now. if you are trying to make that trip past telegraph road. the two left lanes are blocked. this is slowing you down as you continue from maryland into virginia. georgia avenue southbound after university boulevard to the crash. stay to the far left in order to get by. making the trip inbound along 66 leaving gallows road east of nutley street to the beltway, all of your lanes are open. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. new this morning, a nessie scene in largo, maryland when an suv came crashing into an apartment building t happened along harry s. truman drive. here is a look at the scene from overnight. we are told that several residents were temporarily evacuated but everybody has now been allowed back home. police are trying to figure out what caused the driver to slam into the building. a big story this morning, a hunter now behind bars for
shooting two students. >> he told police he heard them moving around in the brush and thought they were deer. it happened in woods at ferrum college which is near roanoke. sarah simmons joins us live with more on the students and the investigation. >> reporter: jessica ode was just week away from getting her college degree and she had big plans to be an environmentalist. those were shattered after a deadly shooting took her life and left a biology student badly injured. several students were collecting frog for biology class tuesday afternoon. vehicle ores say a hunter claim he mistook them for deer and opened fire. the bullet then thit a classmate, regis budinot. police have arrested # 1-year- old jason cloutier. he is charged with
manslaughter, reckless handling of a gunand trespassing to hunt. >> what really strikes me is how is it possible that one tiny bullet can do this kind of damage. >> we run through there all the time. we hear gunshots every once in a while but for someone to actually get killed is crazy. >> budinot's mother says her son has had extensive surgery on his hand. she says he is an avid guitarist and a licensed helicopter pilot. students held a memorial yesterday morning. the funeral for jessica goode is saturday in winchester. >> thank you. there are new details this morning about a police-involved shooting in fairfax county on friday. police say the man they shot and killed was unarmed. they were trying to pull over david masters on route one in alexandria but he wouldn't stop. police say they think that he had just stolen flowers from a nearby business. one of the officers involved now is on administrative leave
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welcome back. johnny depp has been named people magazine's sexiest man alive. a senior editor say the 46-year- old actor has reached an iconic status in terms of sexiness. brad pitt, george clooney and also richard gere are also two- time winners. >> tony perkins only won the award one time but we're still proud of you. >> thank you very much. it was a long time ago. >> clooney topped the list on that one by wait. >> what do you mean tops the list. in your opinion? >> in my opinion. >> thank you very much. we'll start with the hd radar. we have a few rain showers, mainly light rain out it our south and west. there are a couple of spots of heavier run in winchester right now an down towards front royal. that is it though for the heavy rain for the most part and much of the area is seeing just mist and much of the area is also seeing fog this morning.
so you want to be aware of tt. current temperatures across the region, we'll start here. 54degrees now. somehow, we've gone up to 54 degrees. 54 in annapolis, 51 in baltimore. temperatures quite consistent across the area. 57 down in fredericksburg. we'll broaden this picture and show you for the eastern united states, there is older air out the to the north. 47 in new york city and still morning temperatures in the 0s across northern portions of new england. here is a look at the satellite- radar for the eastern u.s. there is your area of low pressure. you see that spin in the yer there. so the rain showers are coming in from our south-southwest and that will continue to be the track. the heaviest rain right now off the coast of the carolinas. we can't rule out a thunderstorm popping up here or there this afternoon or maybe even tonight as well and rather than a steady rain all day, it will be these bands of rain that will be coming through for today. surface map, here is what we're looki at. first of all, high pressure across the north slowly pushing off to the north and east. there is your frontal system.
it is a warm front to the south. then the cold front comes through here. for tomorrow, we'll see milder temperatures behind that front with highs into the low 60s, around 60 degrees or low 60s. today, periods of rain. tomorrow, we start with clouds. we get some sunshine. 62 for your high. saturday looks good, a mix of clouds and sun. sunday, the clouds return. chance of precipitation late in the day and for monday as well. that is what is happening with the weather. let's get more on this morning's rush hour traffic with julie wright. >> i was just thinking, they just played over on p fw. c, missy elliot's i can't stand the rain the how appropriate for today. >> absolutely appropriate. some people like it. >> i keep hearing that. >> gets stuck in your head. >> it does. just hike that too. all this rain will not make for an easy morning on the roads. inner loop and these local
lanes, you will find all lane are open continuing from maryland into virginia in the through lanes. problem is construction is late to clear on the beltway at telegraph road tying up two left lanes. that is why traffic is at a stand stale coming across the wilson bridge. -- at a stand still coming across theilson bridge. eastbound 66 past fwal lows road and in towards the capital beltway, lane are open but again, road spray is going to hinder the visibility. we have a little bit of fog we're dealing with. plan your trip accordingly. no incidents to report northbound 95 leaving dumfes for the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. back to you. >> thank you. the national debt has hit a dubious milestone. $12trillion. we are talking nearly $39,000 for every man, woman and child. here is what it looks like if you write it out. the deficit for the just ended
2009 fiscal year also hit an ll-time high of $1.42 trillion. during the holidays, can you stretch your wallet trying to entertain your guests but you can be festive and frugal. melanie alnwick shows us a fabulous din are can you serve and it has been served in the most famous house in the country. >> i'm chef greg greenberg here at rsvp catering. >> reporter: our mission, a holiday feast that will wow and serb eight people all for under $50. can it be done? >> my first thought was oh, that's easy. >> reporter: greenberg says just think outside the box the you don't have to serve turkey or ham. >> the meat or seafood is your most expensive thing. >> reporter: he has decided to a spanish paella, a dinner fit for the president. >> this meal was for the clinton family. >> reporter: that's right. greenberg prepared the dish for president and mrs. clinton. >> it is one of his favorite dishes. >> reporter: for many of their holiday parties at the white house and he says almost anyone
can do it. >> you add things in steps. >> start by browning the sausage, add chicken and here is a cost saffer. >> thigh meat tends to are very moist and stays very tender. >> reporter: next the spices. >> by cooking the spices, it will get them to bloom and bring that out. >> reporter: pepper, paprika, fresh garlic or any you like. >> this doesn't have to be cooked all the way through. >> reporter: toss in sliced red and green peppers. >> these are harder vegetaes so these get added first. >> reporter: when the veggies are translucent, you add in the saffron, probably the most expensive item on the shopping list. >> a little goes a long way. >> reporter: add the rice. >> at this point you want to taste your liquid. make sure you have the right amount of seasoning. >> reporter: turn the flame down being cover the pot and let it simmer. >> this should be ready in 0
minutes. >> reporter: work on the mixed salad. throw in mushrooms, olives and cucumbers. >> it helps to create i little bit of height. >> reporter: when comes to dessert. >> i love dessert. >> grab those shot glasses that usually sit in your bar. yer them with caramel custard. >> you go about one-third after way up an tap it. you can enhance this with a little bit of grand marnier, an apple brandy. >> reporter: chef greenberg says making awe dinner special is all in the little touches. finish it off with fresh parsley. offering an impressive spread that will impress your guests without leaving you broke. >> we were able to do all of this for $46. >> reporter: holiday mission accomplished. >> pretty good. chef greenberg says you don't need to spend more than $10 to $15 on a really nice bottle of wine to go with that meal. to check out the recipe, go to
a od thursday morning to you. dave ross here with your sports breakfast. the king was in town, yeah, lebron james an his court which would be the rest of the cleveland cavaliers. antawn jamison playing for the first time this year and the wizards were hope the return of their captain would also signal a return to the win column. early organization the king would have his way and watch this. get out of his way. one on three. effect gets some. two hand hand throwdown. cavs up by as many as 17.
but the wizards would chip away. an santa ana town jam -- antawn jamison, first game back for the year. here come the wiz kids. they come all the way back. wizards up by three after three and in the fourth quarter, the littlest guy on the court. look at this floater. are you kidding me? wizards up by as many as 14 at that point. they go up even larger. the king would try to bring them back and this, oh, my, a left hand throwdown for lebron. he had 34. but guess what? it really didn't matter because in the end, the wizards get the win, 108-91. >> college hoops, american just, it is eagles hosting mount st. mary's early on. watch daniel munoz, a need nice feed. he can't finish but forecast is there and he puts it in. mount st. mars would not be denied. jeremy good with the theft take
it back and finishes with the left hand. au falls to 0-3 after suffering the 73-62 loss. dallas week continues for the washington redskins. while the cowboys boast a high- wered offense, the jury is still out for the skin as to who will try to throw it down at the other key cornerback position opposite deangelo hall. the redskins were getting ready for the cowboys. will carlos rogers be out there? he is competing with fred smoot for that spot. clinton portis has not yet been ruled out. and lidell betts has a good chance of starting his second consecutive game. >> that would feel good this week. a left fans want to see us get this one. it will be good to get another opportunity. >> congratulations are in order to this guy. hunter smith was named nfc special teams player of the week after throwing this beautiful 35-yard touchdown pass off a fake field goal.
smith is a former high school quarterback. he got congratulation from his head coach jim zorn. that will do it for this edition of the breakfast. i will be back here brit and early tomorrow as we continue to inch ever closer to the conclusion of dallas week. you got to love it. we'll see you tomorrow, everybody. have a good one. straight ahead at 6:00, we all love that buttery movie theater popcorn but just how unhealthy is all this fat- filled treat. >> we'll find out. we'll reveal eye-popping numbers as fox 5 morning news continues at 6:00 in just two minutes.